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M. E. Church Notes.
The revival spirit Is 1eejicnlni. Tlio liiudliiiis lint Muck liroiiKlit many to a scrisi- of tliclr nceil of tin1 Clirlsl. V will rniillniir out an other Stniilay at lc;il. As a result of tliu sur slfe on Tui-s-day tiltflit of last week, sit were con verted to Hod Dr. Armstrong preaclicil a most powerful htiiiom from .lolm .1: ID, At tlitf close of Hie service six persons canie to the altar for pardon, anil Itr. Armstrong a splti- of another service tielnit'lield In the city at the same time, there were many turned away, not twltitf attic to net In the house. Ir. Armstrong preached on the text, "And What Shall I Do Willi .teMi-, Who Is Called the Christ" It waslils hesi sermon to date, lie literally held ths great throng spell-bound for more than an hour, at timet the uiiletiievi being Intense. Tears were falling all over the house. Strong men wr.pt as they listened to the ap peal to ele themselves to Uod. It III! AliM-ll'tV' I'l'" i mVvm&SJsS& 1,1 I II III' 'Ml' 'N l'.' r I Hill. . . . . !Wa .1 H"I'i'ii .1M1.V HI.. I II I'll 1. 1 II' llWm tlf II t he lllllllll'i-il I h l I . W I. i " till' I liome inlnlil slln aw.t- and .1 watuwi io reiimiii miring iw iiit IMctlng, could ' Hn tri -ti.i I were the rtnopip that iini a mn , it. ; All stayed throughout iiillre mice. The firm nftermmn lllltli- ineptlm. wa hi'lil last k. Tui-iwla) after. iwon, when pnrwin Mine for a deeper at trip of Oisfa Won). Tins Htfleral Ihriitc was "Illmlraliftts t I'rayer." Much li,-rvi mniil fattnl. 'fuv im-eiltig lust mI lint one twur. I'rayer hm-vi Inys 1,,-ld on Wwlnrwlaj- in niiliiK n( last w el., nt tliu bonus 1 1 Mr. mid Mrs. Sam Sclititte. with Iti'V. Mr. i;tg,'tl as lender: Mr. and Mis. Morris, wild I he p.utnr as liMdi'i, and at the Ikiiiid ol Mrs-. W.irr. wlih Him. Mnik.Mii asltud it. Thee t'.tt:iKf Mim-I Iiikh an- a Milirce of very urc.it help. in Thins, day morning mt-rt triK were held at I lit) home of Mr. and Mr- Ansel liienl, Mrs. Iilllon mid Mr. and Mm. II. W. Smallwood. The meeting on Thursday night was of an unusual order. The crowd was the latest sire,- Sunday nlghl, the sermon was from the subject: "Men, or U choppers WhlchY" It was a strong apical tit the men of I he community for the ln-sl mauhoisl. Il had Its telling tiled. The wives ami mother nre gelling aroused concern ing their htish.itus and sons. The hit tic will he pushed on In victory. Most helpful and luleiestlnt.' Cot t.i' I'r.i.icr Meetings ueie held en I'tldav morning at tin- hunr i f Mrs Matg.iret Unwell, mid Mr and Mis l W. Miialiwixid. Til-i.or iii- .i r lit.. SinaliwiMai s was 1,, l Mi- in,. Ware, and the hi Imt h il.,' in1 There were iiilii' lieM li sn.Ht, We liml, the elillte di f.'l t, i-i ilor tu iilve our ln'si l.i Uu- i.u till) Svibluth. 'Pho Afleriiiuiii liliie Mi i '.liis" grow III III! IT,". 1 and III im-iiU-,. (.,4.-ii 1 succeeding aflern mil nut il I rlil.it :ti teinoiin when we clluuneil il.r wmii. with a ureal ineeiliiK fur v 1 1 1 u pen-1 pie, many of the people l.iklnu a delU ' nltii stand for the rluhi. and the cause of Cod, The Meed lot: I'rlil.iv nliht wasalso In the luteiest of I lie youii); men and women of Ihe coiiimunlly. Thelarue chorus was asked tu take seats In the I'onnrrnat Ion, anil all the priors pres ent were (,'lven scats on Mm platform. Dr. Armstrong preached a very powerful sermon on the Ihetuet "The Mistakes of a Voiinu' Man." The an dlcncii was laiuer than usual, HIIIiik' the house to lis fullest capacity, anil all were greatly hlessed llht lie ser vice. Nearly all the yoiing people present took a dellnllu stand for the best manhood. The women's meeting In the I'res hyierlan church last Sunday after noon at the same lime the men's meeting was being held In the Metho dist church, was of a tcry high order, and Intensely Interesting, and prof itable. Tim meeting was presided over by Mrs. Cunningham, who very recently returned from tweUo years of arduous work, with her husband, arid who greatly Inspired the meeting with her leadership. There were ful ly 1M women and girls present. Spec ial songs were song by Mrs. Harry Dungan, and Mrs. Coruln Zeller. Mrs. Dillon gave a brief address on the topic, "Why We Should Accept Christ." Mrs. Frank Allen spoke on the topic, "Our Need of Christ In the Home." Mrs. Frank Zeller on the theme, "The Christian's Call to Ser vice," and Mrs. C. J, Hunt on "Itec ompense and Howard for the Service," Ilesldes Mrs. Chu. Anselment, Mrs. Albert Kunkel, and Mrs. Minnie Moore, also gave short addresses on general themes. The me,tlJOr. waa productive of much good. , The Sunday night aervlce was, as wa expected, largely attended. In I magnificent appeal to the manhood of the community, for the best tjpe of manly honor and principle, calling forth many beautiful and Inspiring Illustrations, eliciting ever and again the heartiest applause from the great audience Ix'C.itisu of their being lifted Into a sereiicr atmosphere ami be cause of getting a glimpse of that true manhood as It Is found In uod. It has been my privilege to have heard Dr. Armstrong on this sub ject a number of times and I never heard him when he did better. He lias delivered the lecture In many of the great cities of the country, and jet he himself says that he necr gave It to an audience that showed a greater appreciation, or listened more closely than did the men In the au dience last Siiudiy afternoon. At the close of the lecture, he called for every man who believed In the prln clple.s and would do their best to earn them xil In tlndr lives, to stand to their ft el. and histautlv cicr.v man hut -iiii. without regard I'x'i urcli r oilier nltlllatiuii, :ini llsfi't and l hen walked flow n to r tr ,!,' ,,m k hl'ii hk Ihe hind ati.t an! i I I I n for tin" address. It i . sir. in ti i' wti. iliifir In the , in, - n' as lung as nfe Tin: I'istwi Presbyterian Church Nolos, . ; . Mr True, the sllig'T. mailt' a i -,.i inlid address on ( liaraeltr" to a I Imyi- crowd of o ing ople at tl.- I'hiMlan Kndiavor nirellng last Sun In iiliilit. Miss r.iuihiu 1 1 ii ley Is ti, in.. in.- .mil pi. t) In,: .! nevi r j M,r VX si.ndi) night, and a etr M II an iw von- of l'-j,al iittiatlu is tttvintid tu allot and ' chliti-l i..- l.i ill up nii-ir nanus ior piajer 1 when tl - apptai was made ' Tin- thritit: did n t dimltitl, an) for Ihe Moiiila) night x-rvlcr. The penp:,' began coining is fort- the llrst bfll had rung, arid cintltnu-d coming unlit lie iioiise was lit, rail filed will, eager, names' llsitinTs. lit. Arm si i inn im-aclied a siroiig senil il) nil Ihe MittJetM. ' hrlst " 'i i Interest tsdei'iN'iiIng at ever Mirvlce. and III emit n tu tu (Icopch until tl,e meet llis olosv. The Ms!or has Hint) ulrs of gloves II, it went lelt hi ihe church. Two pilr are for l.iilli s and one Mlr for a geutle'ii.iu. If ton are conscious of having lost or lelt au gloves, call on the pastor fur them ami lie will supply you. Mioold the weather get cold .toil will need them. Cottage Prater Meetings were held on Tiitvht morning of this week at Ihe homes of Mrs. Minnie Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Simmons. The pastor led Ihe one at Ihe home of Mis. Moore, and Mr. True led the one at Ihe home of Mr. Simmons. Aunt her great mass meeting was held Tuesday afternoon, when the. people mm" .1 Wt.W. s!W Th SOiWSClOL Lesson rllv I! (I HI.I.I.IMH. Ilt,'i,r nf i:vtiln P'nirlini'iil IIih 2iioiy niuiv iiisiiiuiv, CtiiniRit.t LESSON FOR JANUARY 25 not ! llof our S the on tig proplf. Preaching tty the past i r next Sun day iiiornlrig al II o'ciiK-k. Smnlj) school at '.':!. nniy ). at uihI.i srliool lost SiiimIi). tat ctery men, iter try to be iNreceut iiett Sunday. No preaching ervlc a ulght in account of the protracted iiicitliigs, which are ilHlnuln.' ttlil. Iut. mIi IntiTi'st throiiiil. this week A illuuer will Ih' given l,y ihe 1. 1- dles' Aid In II d St.NriMii. btil.d- Ing li,-M Sitnril.it. This will Is.' tie usual kind of a illiim r fur whlcli tin-l.-idles" Aid Is famous, s,, tun can't allord to miss it. ;tc rylmdy intl'.tsl, especlall) thue who want In spend thediylu town shopping. Dinner, i', cents. T. A. t'l.AiiKrr. Pastor. Vour Harness oiled with pine Neats I'oot nil, tl.no per set. llrlng them early and have them repaired and oiled. Fiiam; I'iisthii. Thu ladles of the Preshyierlau church will terte a chicken dinner In the old St'..s rlNKi, building, on Sal ur day, .laniiiirt '.'I, from IP.'Hito'Jo'clock. FURS WANTED! I will pay (or Skunks, No, I 5115 around Civil . . Oppussiim. larKC small Hats .65 .35 .30 15 16 W. H. STEWART IMBHBM IIIIV HAY S. TIM K, Singer, came together to study the Woid of God. (In Saturday we rested from the strentinuslly of Ihe week tu get ready for a great day on the Sabbath. The pastor was busy all theafternoon In extending Invitations to Ihe men and women of the city and commun ity, to attend the two meetings, the one for men In the Methodist church, and thu other one for women In thu Presbyterian church, Sunday will forever bo a memorable day for our church In Oregon, In thu morning, we had I .Id In the Sun day school to begin with, then with out formally dismissing the school, Dr. Armstrong took thu service and mado a great address In thu interest of "Child I.lfe," and devoted thu en tire hour to tho children and young people, ami at thu close of his ad dress about tlfty persons, Including tho children, came to tho front and asked for membership In the Church of God, It was an Interesting scene. We hope to see at least 100 persons give their heart to God tills week. The meetings will continue over another Sunday. The men's meeting, last Sunday afternoon, was a very great success. Two hundred and fifty men respond ed to the Invitation to come. It waa an inspiring sight to see two hun dred and fifty ol Uie best men of the community congregated In the Inter st of a greater -manhood i Dr. Arm. airongwasat uu oest ana gave a PUBLIC SALE Having decided to leato the state, I will sell al Public Sale, on the old Nohc llodgln farm, I. miles east of the Lincoln school house and '.' miles northwest of New Point, on Monday, January 26, '14 The following described property, to-wlti Horses and Mules. 1 span llrowti Mares, 4 and and il years old, sound, broke to all harness, both In foal; I span of blind Mares. 11 and I'J years old: I coming year old Mare Mule: I tearllng past Perchoron Fllley; t coming tear old Draft Coll: I pair good Work Mules, weight about L'.'loo lbs,, ;i years old and sound, Cattle. 1 Cow, 7 years old, wlllbu fresh dav of sale, an extra good one; 1 -1-year-old Cow, giving milk. 26 Head of Hos 26 Consisting of '.' Ilrood Sows, will farrow in March; hi Shoats, weight about 140 lbs,: 11 weaned Shoats. All hogs aru healthy, Farminf Implements, Etc. '2 Farm Wugons1 low and I high wheeled: 1 good two-setted Hack; :i Cultivators 'J riding and 1 walking; IGo-dcvll; (1 Dlscs.l Harrow; 1 Ilreak ing Plow; 1 good Corn Planter, fur row openers; 1 good lleach Ilange, food as new; 1 set Double Driving larness; 1 set light Work Harness, 'i tons of extra good Clover Hay, baled. Some choice Clover Seed. 1 Wilcox & White Organ. Lot of miscellan eous Household Goods. TKIIMS OF SACiK:-AII sums of 10 and under, cash; over that amount a credit of 10 months will be given on bankable note bearing H per cent Interest, i.unch ok tub ohounii. P. M. BABB. COL. U. T. CHRISKAN, Auctioneer. BAM IE t. ttUNXBL, Clerk. SERVINQ JESUS. X.V.PSOH Ti:XT-l.uk SiUI. :57-: ti is.i:. HOI.Ii:: Ti:.T-"lnnpmiiHi n illil It limn on,- n( ilinx.. my l.rctlir.-n. trii Hi. o il ,.1 t unto ni" "Malt. a-n Tim first set Hon of our h-so!i text has no rotiiiMllnii with 111" c. tier two. It I Inki n from a tlmo si-vit.iI moMlln t.n-vlows in ilie tlm of tin- I'nri'iin mlnlmry nml wan utnloulitt'illy clinsi'it us uu Imllcitlon of thu oiii-:ii... ttlm tr.iti-hd with .hstis ami Ills ill .li-, Htnl ttlm protlileil for Ills to l- Wo itKist r-to.-t.il.-r thai Jomm v illiprTl' ,1 i .i Ixmlll. N ititi;' ' Mililt' plllliii,ililotUlly Itirlltv I nllti I,. It Is 1o Ihe uroi ,1 t, Moio. I'o, ro that we d i.i rlikl all, rtlloii. Dirritt CUiks. I Tho-"- l.tt would follin .' -it '.t 57-mi Kt-uti eiirfully Mn" s r- Tltrw din- n m clrnnes i, ( I r k fitted: tliTttP Imitulsls,- r:n,,r it. 6. 'st Thla is Hi" in.. 'i 'Out l inoit-d it) n suuion aetiin- to ,,nm ti. ny litis n nrvi-lons Traelo ' 1 i l the man In the imnthlo. ' - i m tl in alhl rmi'ii lh rpl i 'irl lo Imlld lll-t hou-n. Tllltt u "tuphailxed hi'B we rend t '. " !! Una ltd muli watt u nrrlh "tMild not bo oxpeeuHl it, ii . '.. uci a rt solve, lit- must hate h- ., rl silrred by hui lie had ' i I i- v ' In i Iw llfo of li'u. Hudi i, r pmmlteil well Iml II U n n r- . II- ! In him I Iml In- did not r .. vh.it was Ititolttd In his pioiin-' it us. Ji'MII sllOWfil till' lll.lll . t." ' whltlitTMH-trr" Willi lulu to "in lo slturo Id eiilierlf nrfs. Ill" ' r, . Ins iiu.iiti rn, iiinl in nrelte -..tin ir,-Htiiiciit lit- iicclvi-il. 2 T'lii :t li Ii U it iitlstul.o lo ti ll folk tlnti Ho- road of ilclitiimsiii-itH Is it pilmroi,' iatli Mm ro.nl of ilUolii illriiri' Is ii ruiiRli mn-, n Uu, man who went In .Icrlilio fo'.uid, still Hie road of righteousness U a narrow one, Mntt. T: 13, 1 1. I It cry follower of .It-Mi must he willing lo tuko what ho look, mid to ri-celvo what lie received, John I3:'.'0; 1 Pet. 2' al This .inti-nce Iv. CS) lias Uonn morn o give tia u rom irr-lir imlon of the earthly surrouiiillux of nur'ltrd Until any ntlier In Hit- Ktit"d" 2 Cor. X:9, 12) The procrasllnatlng follower Iv. Ml. Jesus did not forbid lltn first man, ho simply thued him what was Involved, This mini, however, Jesus Invited to a plurn as disciple learner. That lie was willing lo accept Is evi dent, only hit wits mil yt'i ti 1 1 ready, "I will, hut." It Is not lit nil proba Mo thul this iiiiiu's fulhiT was nwiill Ink Inirliil, lunl his fiilhcr hut Just ill' d. and nttitlllng hiirlul, Jesus would ml liavt, preteiitiil. It.itluT h wn oiillcniiiig a fiithtr nlioiit In ilie and llml In- would follow ufier Ills fa'In'I'H tli'itth lli-ni'i' tlio tdmrp ttonls of tin. o -.t-1- I ..-I tho ill ml litir lln- ilojil tiropor illil;. u snrnil tint . hut mil iiii r nor :n-r,-il to- I" lint,- nr , - tl- ti,-. ot . i lln-1 l.ilnii of Ii - i Mill it in Ever Ready lo Strvo. II Tlio-"- who did foll-iw Ji'hiih 1n 's I.' We tio- turn io iiin-lil.'i llil ht'li- eouipiiiiy who inri imi road) to s, rt- our Master I'tom t .. wo know I li:ii uol over) Initio- u open to rt'i'i'ite Jesus as was Hit olio In litthaiiy, -It'll ti II I 'I hough this was Martha's Inline Hii'llSl, and lln ro fore hIio fi ll the hiudi-n of hoitpltiillty, )t-t she did not In-ar the word u did her hlm-r Mary. Mark I !!. Martha wiih occupied with tluly mid Mury. with Jesus. Murllia wiih occupied with many things, Mary was occupied with Iho "oiio tiling needful," Tho result was (hot .Martha was "distracted" (It. V.), w lillu Mary wus nt rest, Jesus wants Ids disciples, Ills followers, to alt nt his feet und lo lenrn of lit in. Ha knows all uhout duty's dull demand, hut Ihe one tiling needful Is, first of all, to leurn of him. Martini's love prompted the service, but the re was doubtless much pride that uccompa-nli-il II. Jesus, as wu have seen, was not cumbered with much comfort, and it Is doubtful thut be was desirous of a big dinner. Jesus does, however, commend communion with himself as being, "that good part." Afterwards, when death Invaded that circle, It was Martha that had the most intlmalo dealing with our Ixird, see John, chap ter 11, hence we conclude that Shu learned ou.thls day the lesson Jesus sought to teach, viz., that In the life of quiet communion (Isa. .10:15) we shall receive that strength that Is ab solutely essential, If wo are to serve him acceptably. We must not allow tho daily, legitimate demands ot duty to Interfere with a llfo of full, free, fel lowship with Iho Master, Summary It has never been re corded that Jesus ever complained of the' hardships ot life, yet ha had his intimates who were glad to minister to his needs. The call to companionship with Christ, the rail, "follow me," Is the most stupendous program yet pre sented to man. The perfect disciple, as well as the Ideal woman, Is the one who Is a blend ot the divergent char acters ot Martha and Mary, It is at the teet ot Jesus we are to receive that equipment which is necessary for ef fective service.' "Making excuses takes asaek time tkat bad batter be pat Into taallM goo..' " - . . CLEARING SAIE BARGAINS 22 lbs. Sugar for $1.00 (Only M ill worth to a customer.) 10c Manchester Apron Gingham, only 500 yards, al yd 6c 5 lbs. Fancy Navy Beans 2Bc 7 bars Ben Hur Soap, under Sliccps Head Brand 5c 4 cans Oregon Corn 25c 18c Crcpc. for klmonas, yd 10c 40c Oranges. 150 size, fine and juicy, dozen 24c Hope Bleached .Muslin, yd Oc Our 25c grade of Coffee most everybody tiscsit. Salcpricc.lb 10c SI. 00 and SI.50 Caps all new shapes and designs 40c Tliis life Sale closes Saturday, Jan. 21 I KRIEI & II ASM ESS i Fruit Trees of Quality aro tho kind you should plant, and tho kind you always got ltoro. WHY PLANT "SECONDS" or othor grades not up to tho highest standard, whon wo furnish tho best that can bo grown and savo you money on every transaction? EVERY TREE AND PLANT GUARANTEED IN PER FECT CONDITION, and all stock failing to grow the first season, when given reasonable care, REPLACED AT HALF CATALOGUE PRICES. Yours to Serve, GEO. R. MURRAY, OREGON. . . MISSOURI. Wsv AsXW W 4 WW Aw 'WW A AsvAsty 4 SEE ME for FARM BARGAINS Wo have several Good Farms for sale at Bargain Prices. Now is the time to get a snap in Farm Lands as money is in greater demand than land. If you are looking for a location for the coming farming season, get busy. Gome and see me. Yours for business, Frank C. Castle with A. W. GOTTEN Big Type Poland-China Boars and Gilts Win. ltostock, one milo oust of Oregon, lias for biiIo now 11 last of March and ii of April third farrow Boars, that weigh from 225 pounds to 27fi pounds, and also six brothers of May 2Mh farrow to tho four fall yearlings, he sold to Messrs. John Noollsch, Curtis Whitmer, Opnenlander and Hoffmann. Also ono of my Recorded Herd Hoars, a great breeder. Mr. Kostock guarantees every hog a breeder, If not let run with bows until all are safe in pig. He will also aell about 20 Gilts, bred or open. Petet Mpnw'fl(breedtag of Orango City, Iowa, is in twelve of the above pigs;